Smithsonian magazine: “How You Type Could Become Your New Password”

. . . “We can track how long each particular key on the keyboard is pressed by a user on average, which is called the ‘dwell time,’ and the average transition time between any two particular keys,” says Charles Tappert, a computer scientist at Pace University.

. . . “We can track how long each particular key on the keyboard is pressed by a user on average, which is called the ‘dwell time,’ and the average transition time between any two particular keys,” says Charles Tappert, a computer scientist at Pace University.

Read the article in the July-August issue of Smithsonian magazine.

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